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Develop both long and short
range goals. Long range goals
are more general, but not all-
encompassing. They should
be achievable through a
logical progression of activity.
They do not need to have a
time limit for achievement.
Short range goals identify
the logical steps to achieving
your long-term goals. They
should be very specific and
realistic, based on your pre-
sent capabilities and should
have a time limit for achieve-
ment. Short-term goals can
be used to measure your
progress.
Remember to include all
the components of fitness
when setting your goals —
cardiovascular fitness, mus-
cular strength and endurance
and flexibility. Take a few
minutes to consider your
fitness goals and write them
down.
Now you need a means to
keep yourself focused on what
you want to accomplish. One
method is to make a contract
with yourself. Contracts help
you establish a system of ac-

Remember to
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fitness when
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